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Someone Who Doesn't Experience or Understand Pleasure

Artist
Jacob Wren
Date
2011
Publisher
Paper Pusher
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
978-0-9865678-6-5
Size
11.5 × 17 × 0.3 cm
Description

Re-invents poetry for the 21st century conflicted ego, viewing life as a political problem that no amount of startling emotional turmoil or insight can solve. The texts here range from confessions of conflicted feelings to theories of obsolesce, from the desire for a fluffy towel, to possible dialogs for a future detective novel.

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  1. Someone Who Doesn’t Experience or Understand Pleasure
 

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